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delta airlines reported it saved more than five billion dollars thanks to plunging oil prices. and, it believes those savings could contntue this year. the airline expectctto keep another 3 billion dollars in 2016... thanks to lower energy prices. despite the big drop in oil prices-- so far in 2016-- shares of delta are down sharply along with the broader market. the last 47 workers at the centurylink call center, in sioux city, haveve lost their jobs with the center's closing. in october, centurylink announced it would close the center which, at one time, had more than 400 workers. a centurylink spokesperson said the closure is part of the efforst to remain compettitive by reducing costs. work at the sioux city center will be transferred to a center in utah. nebraska authorities are investigating after a bald eagle was found shot in cedar county. officials with nebraska game and parks say someone found the dead eagle on sunday about three miles southeast of yankton. they say two rooster and two hen
were found in a bag with the eagle that was thrown into a ditch. hunting season for rooster pheasants runs through january 31, but it's illegal to kill hen pheasants. the punishment for killing a bald eagle or even having its feathers comes at a hefty price. the person responsible faces a $250,000 fine and prison time. if you have information about the case, you're asked to call authorities. compared to recent days, today wasn't too bad. will we see morere of this calm weather? chief meteorlogist ron demers joins us with our first look at the forecast at 5. we didn't get the aesthetic beauty of the sun, but maybe just as beautiful was seeing our temperatures go back into the 20s across siouxland. we'll keep the 20s around again on thursday but we'll bring back a chance of some light snow. this isn't going to be a big system, but we could see a dusting of snow that begins tonight in western siouxland and gives us all a chancncof that snow during the day tomorrow. thanks. the latestddition to bike
causing some discussion. more than 60 people attended a public meeting last night to discuss moving forward with the trail. the big sioux river dike trail extends from florence ave to the riverside pool. connecting two exsiting bike trails...making six miles of continuous trail. however...a handful of homeowners expressed concern about the trail being right behind their yards. "it would affect 10 to 12 property owners and their
had a good turnout and were able to get some good feedback," said matt salvatore, sioux city parks and recreation director. there was a lot of positive feedback about the trail. one person in favor of the trail says it would attract more people to stay in sioux city long-term. "there's nothing like an uninterrupted trail. sidewalks are great and they are a start, but there is nothing like an uninterrupted trail," said shelby pierce, trail suppprter. the next step is to talk with those affected home owners. then the city council will vote on the proposed trail. iowa's u.s. senator charles grassley has set a record among the country's lawmakers. the 35-year veteran of the senate has gone the longest, out of any other senator, without missing a single vote. grassley has not missed a vote in 22 years, six months, and six days, according to roll call, a political watchdog website. during that time he's cast more than 75-hundred 'yeas' and 'nays.' grassley says even though you
record, you can't say he's not at work. "i'm proud of it from this standpoint. we have a problem of our voters and our constituents and taxpayers being cynical about whether we work very hard in washington, d.c. and i'm not saying we do work hard enough, but one way of trying to tell people that we are on the job is to make sure that when we vote, i'm there voting," says grassley. when he's not in dc, grassley holds townhall meetings in each county of the state every year, like this one in storm lake a few months ago. political experts say, grassley's record proves his dedication to the people of iowa. "it reinforces the reputation that he's got in washington, and probably in iowa as well. the word you hear again and again is tenacious. this is yet another mark of his tenacity. most members can't go more than a year or two without missing a vote, so to do it for more than two decades is pretty remarkable," says david hawkings, the senior editor of roll coll.
see that ok? that's a problem. (---edit --) (sot donald trump / (r) presidential candidate ) "i think when you go to caucus - you should think about that problem." (super: exeter, nh :44-:51) in new hampshire ...this moving billboard circled cruz's campaign event.. cruz highlighted how he would fix the esidency by followininthe law. ot sen. ted cruz/ (r) presidential candidate :52- :59) "if you have a president who behaves as an emperor saying this law i will ignore. this law i will ignore. we lose that protection to liberty." (super: concord, nh 1:00-1:04) on the democratic side in new hampshire hillary clinton let her husband do the talking. (sot former president bill clinton / no super needed 1:05-1:09) "i trust you - and three week is an eternity in politics." senator bernie sanders leads polls in new hampshire... hillary clinton is running new ads there and in iowa to make her look presidential. super already on tape - www.hillaryclinton.com ----------- 1:12-1:20 https: (nat sot from hillary clinton campaign ad ) "has everything it takes to do every part of the job." (super already on tape jan. 3, 2012 - 1:21-1:22) voters caucus in iowa february 1st.. and go to the polls in new hampshire eight days later. (insert ends) (two second pause) audio outcue: i'm edward lawrence, nbc c ws, washington. >> gop presidential candidate ben carson says he will resume his campaign tomorrow. this after the death
car accident in western iowa. 25-year-old braden joplin died yesterday after a van carrying died yesterday after a van carrying four staff members flipped over on an icy stretch of highway and was struck by another vehicle. carson immediately suspended all of his campapan events to travel fromouth carolina to omaha, where joplin was rushed for treatment. tuesday evening, carson said his heart goes out to joplin's family and the families of everyone involved in the accident. (s/dr. ben carson/gop presidential candidate :36-:51) "braden joplin was an amazing young man. i had an opportunity to - to get to know him and the thing that impressed me the most was how compassionate he was." the three other passengers in the accident were treated and released from a local hospital. millions of dollars are being poured into television advertising in the race for the presidency. so far, the two biggest spenders are jeb bush and marco rubio. the two presidential hopefuls have spent a combined 91-million dollars from
respective campaigns and outside backers. that's according to data from s-m-g delta. to date, team bush has spent 58.8 million while team rubio has forked out 32.6 million. still to come on live at five.... sibling rivalry. peyton and braddand the house divided. the full story on what game day means for the family... next. and.... thinking of getting a new tv before the superbowl? you're not alone. find out just how many americans are buying new tvs before the big game.
it's not like the weibler's first born had much of a choice. (sot: marcie and brian weibler, parents) "whoever wins the super bowl, we'll name them that." in 2005-- tom brady and the patriots won the super bowl. (sot: marcie weibler, mother) "people for the first time when i tell them, they're like, what? then they look at brady and go 'what? why? i'll just say, well, i like the name!" but brady weibler fully embraced i i although he's quickly found himself the odd man out at school.... (sot: brady weibler, brother) "you have nobody to talk to." and at home. (sot: marcie and brian weibler, parents) "he's usually pretty good but sometimes he gets too annoying and we send him to another room to watch. because we can't stand it!" the weiblers didn't stop at brady. in 2007 peyton manning led the colts to a super bowl. and son number two came along. (nats) "i'm peyton." yup. brbry's younger brother-- is peyton. and since manning's move from indy-- game time's been-- tense. (nats) "usually i am on the floor. peyton's on the couch and mom and dad are on the couch." mom and dad will have to sit in the middle during sunday's afc championship game. (nats) "we are going to fight a lot." (sot: marcie and brian weibler, "when they're head to head they're wrwrtling and yelling at
usually looks like brady is on top." brady's the smack talker... (nats) "we already have four underneath our belt. and he has-- how many? i forgot to count... two. oh yeah that's right." actually, peyton's only got one ring so far, but his namesake is learning how to keep up with his big brother. (nats) "well the patriots... nice comeback... stink!" as for sunday, if the broncos lose, things could get ugly. (sot: peyton weibler, brother) "i am going to punch my brother in the face." ah yes. a strong sibling rivalry. thanks to mom and dad who won't have much sympathy for their oldest come sunday-- in a house divided. (sot: marcie and brian weibler, "it'll be three e one. we'll just tie bradydyp and throw him out in the garage for two or three hours." >> brady says he'll only watch the game with s family if there's food downstairs. if the pats lose -- he says he'll root for the broncos in the super bowl. warmer temps might be in our
but could more hit siouxland? ron's full forecast is coming up after the break. it's been another bumpy ride for investors on there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, anmake them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it.
wall street today. if you're just getting home here's a quick look at today's headlines. stocks recovered much of their early plunge, but the price of oil still suffered its worst one-day drop since september. the dow jones industrial average fell just under
250 points. earlier in the day it was down as much as 565 points. iowa's u.s. senator charles grassley has set a record among the country's lawmakers. the 35-year veteran of the senate has gone the longest, out of any other senator, without missing a single vote.
may disagree with his voting record, you cacat say he's not at work. chief meteorologis t ron deders joins us with the forecast.
we didn't get the aesthetic beauty of the sun, but maybe just as beautiful was seeing our temperatures go back into the 20s across siouxland. we'll keep the 20s around again on thursday but we'll bring back a chance of some light snow. this isn't going to be a big system, but we could see a dusting of snow that begins tonight in western siouxland and gives us all a chance of that snow during the day tomorrow. accumulations should stay under an inch and the snow will be out of here again by friday as conditions cool a bit. low 30s are gogog to be a possibility by the weekend with a little more light
are you a netflix subscriber? join the club. the dominant online video company says at the end of december it had just under 75-million subscribers. it's forecasting it wil gain 6-million more subscribers by the end of march. an increase in members has been fueled by netflix's expansion into virtually every country in the world... except china. a survey says you could get a good deal on a new big screen t-v if you shop soon. more people plan to buy televisions ahead of super bowl sunday than at any
the year. that's according to fat wallet-dot-com's annual tv buyer survey. it found 26-percent of americans are expected to purchase a new television this year... and a quarter of them will buy them during super bowl sales. when we come back....it's entrepalooza! we'll explain what that is and how it could help you start your own business. marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer
"entrepalooza" kickoff speaker: ted waitt monday, february 15 6:30 pm saint francis center come see one of siouxland's most esteemed entrepreneurs, as gateway computers founder ted waitt launches entrepalooza at briar cliff university. waitt will give a quick speech, and hold a question and answer forum with students and community members. the event is free and open to the public. about entrepalooza entrepalooza is the premiere celebration of entrepreneurship in the siouxland area! what started ofas a briar cliff university/enactus project in 2011, with partnerships with local economic development authorities, has grown into a two- week jubilee of innovation, growth, networking, and collaboration. so whether you have a great idea, looking to grow a business, or you are curious to see all the great things happening, make sure to take a look at the entrepalooza events calendar and stop by a few events. maybe you will catch the bug and create the next great siouxland business or, even better, make some
two presidential candidates are making their way around siouxland. coming up tonight
on news 4 at six... with just a little under two weeks to the iowa caucus both rick santorum and mick huckabee made a stop in the area. plus... south sioux city's longtime police chief is retiring after 42 years of service. coming up at six... what those at the south sioux city police departement said
brick by brick, block by block, a new skyscraper stands tall in detroit. six
feet tall- made entirely of legos. more than 50-thousand of them, held together by gobs of glue. it's a model of downtown detroit's renaissance center, now on display at the north american international auto show. the creation is one of 10 motor-city area lego landmarks that will be on permanent display when a legoland discovery center opens this spring in nearby auburn hills. let's check in one more time with ron. thanks for joining us for news channel four live at five. 're back again at six. stay tuned for the n-b-c night news
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